Marksman Pocket Hunter Slingshot With 3-Piece Arrow Set
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  • Efficient and compact hunting tool
  • Lightweight and folds up for transport
  • Fits in backpacks and bug-out bags
  • Delivers 115 fps velocity
  • Patent-pending adapter
  • Includes three arrows

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The innovative new Pocket Hunter slingshot from Marksman improves the popular standard Marksman slingshot by converting it into an efficient, compact hunting tool that is lightweight and folds for easy transport, making it ideal for backpacks, bug-out bags and belt loops. Don't be fooled by the compact size and design of this slingshot-the Pocket Hunter propels the three included arrow bolts at 115 feet per second with a 42-lb pull weight. The patent-pending adapter helps you to achieve pinpoint accuracy when launching arrows.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 2.67 out of 5
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Worthless Reviewed by on Sep 11, 2015   1 out of 5

I ordered two of these items because Budk offers great deals. Attempting to fire it for the first time was a disappointment to say the least. BOTH of the bands came right off of the nock sling locks. That was while pulling it back and reaching only half of the distance of a full pull. Made several attempts to re-attach the tubes to no avail. Every time I tried to fire the arrow, both bands would just pop off. Utilizing zip ties to attach the bands worked for one firing of the arrow. Difficult to keep the nock on the flat cord, draw back without the arrow shifting out of the guide, and mostly, not accurate at all and lacked any velocity. The arrow barely traveled 25 feet with force. I would NOT recommend this product to anyone. It is nothing like the video shows. Even my brother, an avid bow hunter, could not use this item. The three piece arrow is decent. Other than that, truly not worth the money or the time to obtain one.

Junk Reviewed by DAVID MARTIN on Jun 02, 2015   1 out of 5

We bought two.First draw on both resulted in left band coming off.Factory defect. Fixed that then fumbled trying to hold arrow nock on string One nock just broke off. Never fired it. managed to fire the other one a few times but it's awful. A few shots and it's already rippling the flights off on the hard plastic. Very low power and inaccurate.But the arrows are pretty nice! If you were going to rely on this thing to harvest food you'd starve. Like my son said you'd be better off making a spear out of the arrow pinpoint accuracy my a**.

not worth it Reviewed by Nolan Weber on May 02, 2015   1 out of 5

First time i pulled back sling bow the rubber tubing shot off the nock part, or the sling part, this product is cheaply made and breaks when you open the packaging.

louis Reviewed by louis rigsby on Feb 01, 2015   5 out of 5

I first saw this on Dave Canterbury's you tube channel,and when I found it on budk's site I went ahead and got one.It works great,but takes some getting used to.Those takedown arrows are about 59.00 dollars for just three at the one website that sells them,so getting a slingbow and an arrow for what budk sells it for is a real good bargain.over all this is a very good slingbow,so I would reccomend buying one,but getting used to shooting it takes some time.5 out of 5.

Takes practice... Reviewed by Fernando on Dec 16, 2014   4 out of 5

It takes a while to figure out how to knock it correctly without having the arrow fall out of the rest or slip off of the paracord loop entirely. I instinctively wanted to hold it horizontally like I would a slingshot, but unfortunately that position was what gave me the most problems. Angle it like you would a traditional bow for best results and take the time to get the hang of it before bringing it out into the field. Long time archers might have a better time with this than an amateur like myself. I'd only recommend it to friends who have experience. Other than that though, I would consider it worth the money.

Not a bad addition to your toy cabinet Reviewed by Brian on Nov 25, 2014   4 out of 5

I like this. I was pleasantly surprised. Really good draw weight. Bands are great quality. I actually like the arrow rest mounting unit. Easily removable if you want to use it as a normal slingshot. Only comes with one arrow though. Not a cheap toy. This would definitely take deer

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